School Information

School Hours

REGULAR SCHEDULE

Students begin arriving at 7:45 AM.

Breakfast begins at 8 A.M.

Students report to class at 8:25 A.M.

Classes begin daily at 8:30 A.M.

Students that are not in their classroom by 8:30 AM are marked tardy.

TWO HOUR DELAY (SNOW SCHEDULE)

Students begin arriving at 9:45 AM.

Breakfast begins at 10 A.M.

Students Report to class at 10:25 A.M.

Classes begin at 10:30 on Snow Schedule days.

Students that are not in their classroom by 10:30 AM are marked tardy.

School dismisses at 3:15 P.M. Daily.

If you are dropping off or picking up your student(s) you must do so by exiting at the ball field and drive by the gym. You will drop off or pick up your students at the canopy. Drop off begins at 7:45/pick up begins at 3:15. We ask that while you are in line that you refrain from cell phone use as we do have pedestrians that may park and walk into the school.

REMINDER: Non-school personnel traffic in front of the school is restricted to one way from 7:45 AM - 8:30 AM and from 2:30 PM- 3:30 PM.

HONAKER ELEMENTARY GRADE LEVEL SUPPLY LISTS

2020-2021

Pre-K

o 1 Box Crayola Large Crayons (8 count)

o Large Glue Stick

o Scissors (Blunt)

o Small Backpack (Big enough for papers)

o Nap Mat (Vinyl/Plastic-easily sanitized)

o Headphones for Tech Lab (No Ear Buds)

o 2 Complete Sets of Extra Clothes (in a Ziploc bag with child’s name on it)

o Spill Proof Water Bottle

Kindergarten

o Large Backpack

o Headphones for Technology

o Fiskar Scissors

o 3 Boxes of Crayola Crayons

o 6 Elmer’s Glue Sticks

o 2 Big Erasers

o 1 Spiral Notebook

1st Grade

o Backpack

o Change Purse

o 2 Zippered Pencil Cases

o 6 Boxes of Crayola Crayons (24 ct.)

o 6 Elmer’s Glue Sticks

o Fiskar Scissors

o Crayola Markers (10 Classic/Broad Line)

o 2 Pkg. of 3 Pink Erasers

2nd Grade

o 2 boxes of Crayola Crayons (24 ct.)

o 3 Pkg. of Jumbo Pink Pearl Erasers

o Pencil Bag

3rd Grade

o 1 Pack of Pencils

o 1 Box of Crayola Crayons (24 ct.)

o 1 Pkg. of Highlighters

o Erasers

o Elmer’s Glue Sticks

o 1” Binder for Math

o Scissors

o Zippered Pencil Bag

o 2 Big Pink Erasers

o 1 Spiral Notebook

o Headphones for Technology

o Mouse for Chromebook (optional)

4th Grade

o 1 pk. Crayola Colored Pencils

o 1 pk. Crayola Crayons

o 1 pk. Notebook Paper

o 2 Elmer’s Glue Sticks

o 2 pk. Of Pencils

o Highlighters

o 1” Binder

o Scissors

o 1 Large Pencil Bag

o Headphones$25 Chromebook Fee

o Wireless Mouse(optional) & Ear Buds

5th grade

o Zippered Pencil Bag

o Lead Pencils or Ticonderoga Pencils

o Composition Notebook-Science

o Highlighters

o Crayons/Colored Pencils

o Scissors

o Glue Sticks-Science & Reading

o $25 Chromebook Fee

o Wireless Mouse (Optional) & Ear Buds

6th Grade

o Grammar/Reading-Pencils, Spiral Notebook

o Math-Pencils, 3 Subject Notebook, Math Folder

o Science-No Needed Supplies

o History-Paper, Pencils, Colored Pencils

o $25 Chromebook Fee

o Wireless Mouse & Ear Buds

7th Grade

o Two 1” Binders

o 1 set of Dividers

o Pencils

o Pink Erasers

o Highlighters

o Large Pencil Bag (that fit in the rings of binder).

o $25 Chromebook Fee

o Wireless Mouse (Optional)



School Resource Officer

Eric Smith

From your School Resource Officer:

Parents can play a major role in the prevention of bullying. Bullying is the repeated taunting of an individual by physical, psychological means. It can be inflicted by an individual or group of individuals. Keep an eye out for signs of bullying. Ask children direct questions about how peers treat them and if they witness bullying. Work with teachers, school staff, etc. to address the problem of bullying.

Parents! Take complaints of bullying seriously. Reassure your child that he or she was right to tell you of the problem. Teach your child to be assertive, not aggressive. Help the child identify strategies for dealing with bullying. Give the child positive social opportunities to make friends. Make teachers and other caregivers aware of the problem and work together to address it.

If your child is doing the bullying spend time with him/her daily. Know where your child is and with whom. Make it clear that you do not tolerate this behavior, but that you still accept your child. Arrange for an effective nonviolent consequence if your child continues to bully. Reward good behavior and teach your child positive ways of solving problems and managing anger.

Brought to you by the National Crime Prevention Council

Operation kidsafe

At Honaker Elementary School, we strive to promote a safer learning environment for our students. As you know the Connecticut tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary has touched the lives of all of us. Such a tragedy has prompted us to reflect on our own safety plan and how we may better protect our students and staff.

Our drive by system which directs you to travel by the football field and drop your child off in front of the north entrance of the school is for your child’s safety. School staff are present to get your child in the school safely. Cutting in and out of line or passing other parents while they are unloading is unacceptable. Creating a new line and surpassing others by driving through the parking lot is also unacceptable.

If it is absolutely necessary to walk your child in to the school, you may go no further than the office. Any matters you may need to take up with your child’s teacher may be done so in the office. If you need to speak to your child’s teacher, make an appointment in the office and the teacher will address your concerns at a scheduled time. Items you bring to school for the child WILL be left in the office.

In the event of a special occasion, such as a play or birthday being held in the child’s classroom, you MUST sign in the office and get a VISITORS PASS and sign out when leaving the school. If you are without a VISITORS PASS you will be asked to leave the school.

Afternoon parents picking up their children will either line up in the designated manner for after school pickup or approach a staff member at the north entrance to pick the child up. You will be prohibited from waiting in the school foyer to pick your child up.

While these rules may seem rigid, it has become a necessity to take further steps to promote a safer environment for your children. We regret causing any inconvenience and encourage your continued support for our staff at Honaker Elementary School.

Eric Smith,

School Resource Officer

Russell County Sheriff’s Office